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APRIL 2015 A monthly publication of the Beaver Dam Senior Center Volume 18 Issue 4 Some people pursue happiness. Others create it.

CITY OF BEAVER DAM COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES SERVICES 114 E Third St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Phone 920 8874639 Fax 920 8871902 Hours MondayFriday, 730 am430 pm Email Web Site

ADMINISTRATORS DESK IN THE BACK OFFICE In 1988, there was a song that went like this Heres a little song I wrote, You might want to sing it note for note, Dont worry, be happy In every life we have so

SUPER NOGGIN INTRODUCTION TUESDAY, APRIL 28 Flex those mental muscles Novelty. Thats it in a nutshell. Super Noggin offers so many different activities to do and interesting things to learn that parti

GENTLE YOGA MONDAYS APRIL 13JUNE 1 This form of yoga can be done using a chair seated or for support or without and allows for greater flexibility and joint mobility through breath and relaxation tech

MORAINE PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE CLASSES BEING OFFERED SENIOR CENTER Explore Windows 8 Windows 7 Demonstration Monday, April 20 from 430 to 530 pm Explore which operating system is best for you This c

887 4639 Is LongTerm Care an Option Presented by Heiar Insurance Estate Planning Tuesday, April 14 Free Preregistration not required. Just stop in Sandy Heiar and Elder Law Attorney, Rob Melick wi

QUILTING CLASS TUESDAYS, APRIL 7JUNE 30 Maria DeGroot will again be our instructor for this great workshop on learning to quilt. Participants will enjoy her easy method of instruction and work on some

BD FIRE DEPT. HEALTH SAFETY NOTES Submitted by Lana Letto, Administrative Assistant Spring is officially here, which means its time for fresh flowers, warm afternoons and, of course, cleaning supplie

SMOKING ZONE From the updated Senior Center Policy Handbook Section 101.123 Wisconsin Statute prohibits smoking in any enclosed, indoor area of a state, county, city or town building. Smoking is defin

LISTENING SESSION WITH THE MAYOR THURSDAY, APRIL 16 Mayor Tom Kennedy will be at the Center on the 3rd Thursday of every month, 10001100 am, schedule permitting, to discuss ideas for the city, listen

APRIL 2015 ACTIVITY CALENDAR Sunday Monday Tuesday 1 Wednesday 800 Benefit Specialist Cribbage 830 Hooks Needles 900 Woodburning 100 Bingo 700 DJ Sheepshead Anniversary Celebration AARP Taxes 83011

All ages are welcome to participate Thursday 2 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling Pepper Pool League Sheepshead 500 Pom Dance 800 815 930 100 3 Friday 800 Cribbage 830 Learn to Play Cards 100

PROGRAMS ACTIVITIES ProgramActivity Active adults ages 50 over are welcome to attend. Cost 10 classes for 10 punch card .50 per card Free Regular bowling rates apply Free Cost varies Free ProgramAc


YOUR BENEFIT NEWS Submitted by Amanda Higgins, Dodge County Elder Benefit Specialist Governor Scott Walker Proposes Changes to SeniorCare On February 3, 2015, the Governors Budget Proposal for 2015 2

WORD PICTURES Creative Forecasting, Inc. April 2015 Issue Answers on page 18 1 5 2 6 7 8 3 4 9 10 11 12

WII BOWLING NEWS by Mary Morgan We welcomed Diane McCue to the group. Recent 200 games were bowled by Carl Boyke 224, 205 207 Viola Boyke 251, 216 209 Ginny Hodgson 213 Lenny Klawitter 225 Shirley M

HOOKS NEEDLES NEWS by Charlene Litwin Lois Livens Our group was invited to the Golden Living CenterContinental Manor in Randolph for an afternoon of stitching with their ladies. We were treated to t

STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES BEAVER DAM SENIOR CENTER Friday, February 27, 2015 Called to order by Kay Appenfeldt at 830 am Evonne Kay welcomed Lois Livens and Martin Megale to the Steering Com

WOODSHOP NEWS by Terry Appenfeldt I would like to thank the American Legion in Beaver Dam for donating 300 in order for us to purchase the wheels and axles for the 2015 Christmas cars. This years car

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB DAY TRIPS MILWAUKEE BREWERS THURSDAY, JUNE 25 Cost 55 pp Registration deadline May 19 Bus departs at 1000 am Good News Were taking you out to the ball game Join us on the tour bus

Resolution No. 342015 approved at City Council Meeting on March 16, 2015. 11 Yes, 1 No, 2 AbsentExcused Amended by John Litscher Based upon a total project estimate of 2,117.202. 23

OUR VOLUNTEERS ARE SOUPER VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION LUNCH TUESDAY, APRIL 14 Over 90 people registered their volunteer hours at the Center during 2014. This amazing group of people help out in ohsomany wa

Fam FREE ily E vent SeniorRec. Center 114 E. Third Street 845 am Hummingbirds To Local bird identification by Jack Bartholamai 930 am Hooters Kestrel and Raptors by Barb Harvey 1030 am Nature P